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IK releases iRig UA guitar effects processor and interface for all Android devices

IK Multimedia has announced that iRig UA, the universal guitar interface and processor for all Android devices, is now shipping.

iRig UA lets guitarists and bass players rock out with zero latency on their Android smartphone or tablet (running 4.2 or later, OTG USB mode). It comes with AmpliTube UA, a free companion app that works with iRig UA's built-in digital signal processor (DSP) to handle all processing off the device.

Zero latency
iRig UA's onboard DSP provides consistent zero-latency operation independent of the make or model of your connected smartphone or tablet.

AmpliTube UA
AmpliTube UA is a special version of IK's guitar and bass tone studio that features an expandable library of virtual models of some of the most coveted gear in music history. It comes with 21 pieces of gear for free: 9 high-quality stomps, 5 amplifiers, 5 matching cabinets and 2 microphones.

Sound
iRig UA has been designed to deliver audiophile-grade sound. It features a 24-bit A/D converter with a 44.1/48kHz sampling rate and a low-noise instrument preamp. When iRig UA is plugged into a Samsung Professional Audio compatible device (with Android 5.0) it can be used as a digital audio interface with Samsung Soundcamp, a full-fledged DAW music studio app that lets musicians record and compose while on the go.

Connectible
iRig UA features a 1/4" input for a guitar, bass or other line-level instrument, a micro-USB to OTG cable and an 1/8" headphone output with volume control. It also sports a 1/8" AUX input that lets musicians connect any sound source so they can jam along to their favorite tunes.

Pricing & Availability
iRig UA is available now from music and electronics retailers worldwide, and from the Online Store, for $/€99.99 (excluding taxes). The AmpliTube UA app is also available now as a complementary download from the Google Play store.

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